We are excited to welcome Tabitha to our LuHi family of coaches as she steps in to fill the role of Spirit Coach. She comes to us with over 16 years of dance, cheer, and coaching experience. She shares that she is passionate about her sport, "because of the interaction with teams, crowds, and students. Helping people get pumped for games is a skill not everyone loves to do, so cheerleaders should feel proud that they are the ones leading the crowd."
It’s every high school athlete’s dream to one day go on to play their favorite sport at the college level and eventually be featured on SportsCenter’s™ Top 10 Plays of the Week. (Some may even settle for making their Not Top 10.)
We are excited to introduce you to our new lacrosse coach. Let’s meet him!
Before you know it, madness will be here and both Lutheran’s girls and boys basketball teams could see themselves squarely in the thick of it as March approaches. For both teams, individual statistics won’t wow you, but their pace of play and discipline will.
It’s hard to believe, but the 2018 Fall Sports Season is already wrapping up. As teams begin to look forward to - or reflect on - playoffs, we celebrate the successes and progress made by the LuHi Lion Athletes this year.
LuHi has been looking for a mascot to rally around since the consolidation of DLHS and LHSP. With the focus being on the L logo since the merger, we are excited to add a lion logo to the LuHi Brand.
written by Strength and Conditioning Coach Jordan Murphy
Let’s face it; the good old fashioned standard of hard work and discipline in fitness is slipping away. People look for shortcuts to stay in shape; even high school Physical Education Departments are slipping into this trap. Students - especially student athletes - need more than low impact games that don’t break a sweat. They need a strength and conditioning program that will make them better on the court or field, help them avoid injury, and stand out from the pack.
“I need to go to a bigger high school so that I can get a college scholarship.”
Written by Head Football Coach Stephen Robbins
Spending time with today’s youth allows us the opportunity to see the promise of tomorrow, but it can also shed light on the struggles of today. I believe the four years adolescents spend in high school contain some of the most crucial and pivotal moments they will ever have.